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This “fiscal snapshot” looks at the state of Manitoba’s economy and its government’s fiscal challenges, and provides a short- and medium-term outlook for the province.
The Conference Board of Canada | 12 pages | September 2018 | by Daniel Fields, Daniel Lam
This report examines the short-and medium-term economic and profitability outlook for Canada's food services industry.
The Conference Board of Canada | 17 pages | September 2018 | by Robert Meyer-Robinson
Most Canadian employees are disengaged, despite growing awareness of the value of a highly engaged workforce. This research uses The Conference Board of Canada’s employee engagement...
The Conference Board of Canada | 76 pages | September 2018 | by Colin Hall, Caitlin Comeau
La plupart des employés canadiens ne sont pas engagés au travail, en dépit d’une prise de conscience croissante de la valeur d’une main-d’oeuvre très engagée. Cette étude explore...
The Conference Board of Canada | 82 pages | September 2018 | by Caitlin Comeau, Colin Hall
Despite slower GDP growth, strengthening wage growth bodes well for consumers.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 8 pages | September 2018
Amid intense external challenges, the economic outlook for major emerging economies weakens.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 7 pages | September 2018
Monthly economic series report.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 14 pages | September 2018
Strong 2018 growth will gradually slow in 2019.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 9 pages | September 2018
The monthly Metropolitan Housing Starts publication provides the recent trends in housing starts for 28 metropolitan areas and expectations for starts over both the short...
The Conference Board of Canada | Website | September 2018 | by Jane McIntyre
How difficult will it be for companies to adhere to the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures?
The Conference Board, Inc. | 17 pages | September 2018
The latest installment of the Just What Is the Corporate Director’s Job? series presents the perspective of the Delaware bench and bar from a roundtable held at The University...
The Conference Board, Inc. | 26 pages | September 2018
This issue of Human Capital in Review focuses on the latest talent trends and human capital analytics developments, as well as effective practice to engage and retain talent in...
The Conference Board, Inc. | 14 pages | September 2018
U.S. employees reported improved job satisfaction for the seventh year in a row—particularly with job security and wages—as the labour market continues to tighten.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 22 pages | September 2018
We’ve created a new metric, the Innovation Potential of Occupations Dashboard, that helps leaders better identify the potential contribution various occupations—even those not...
The Conference Board, Inc. | 16 pages | September 2018
The monthly Leading Indicator of Industry Profitability is constructed from high frequency data series. The indicators are designed to be predictive of movements in corporate profitability...
The Conference Board of Canada | Website | September 2018 | by Richard Forbes
With workplace mental health and wellness receiving increased attention, there has been interest in examining the effects of early treatment for patients with depression. There...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | September 2018 | by Greg Sutherland
Good corporate governance is not a box-ticking exercise. Leaders need to look beyond compliance-based governance and ask themselves: “how can, and should, corporate governance...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | September 2018
This report examines the short-and medium-term economic and profitability outlook for Canada’s insurance industry.
The Conference Board of Canada | 14 pages | September 2018 | by Richard Forbes
This report examines the short-and medium-term economic and profitability outlook for Canada’s food manufacturing industry.
The Conference Board of Canada | 20 pages | September 2018 | by Robert Meyer-Robinson
In 2019, the overall average increase for non-unionized employees is projected to be 2.6 per cent—2.2 per cent in the public sector and 2.7 per cent in the private sector.
The Conference Board of Canada | 10 pages | September 2018 | by Kathryn MacLean